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The Magna Carta Celebrates 800th Anniversary
Members of the royal family celebrated the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, the legal document sealed by King John in 1215 that laid the groundwork for many of the rights still protected in today's democracies.
The Secret History of NSA Contractors
NSA Leaker Ed Snwoden is one of thousands of contractors working at the NSA
NSA Director on Cyberattacks: 'Everybody's Getting Hit'
Gen. Keith Alexander, the commander of U.S. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency, today bluntly addressed widespread cyberattacks hitting major corporations and the damaging loss of intellectual property being harvested from their computer networks. “From my perspective, this
'Cyber War' by Richard Clarke
In "Cyber War," author Richard Clarke explores the newest front of modern war: the Internet and how America could already be on the losing side. Read an excerpt of the book below, and then head to the "GMA" Library to find more good reads. Introduction It was in the depths of a gray and chill
Should There Be Investigations Over Interrogation?
The past few weeks have seen a debate grow over interrogation. The question simmering right now -- should there be an investigation into what Bush administration officials knew about the methods being used. In other words, when officials approved techniques...
Obama's First 100 Days
The This Week Roundtable debates the release of the so-called torture memos and Bush-era detainee interrogation tactics.
New Osama Tape Prompts Vigilance
Officials Take Note of Bin Laden's New Tape, but Do Not Fear Imminent Action
Terror Update: Where Does the U.S. Stand?
Top Terrorism Officials Brief Congress on Progress, Battles Yet to Be Fought
Medevac Crashes on the Rise
Pressures on the pilots and ill-equipped fleets have led to deadly crashes.
Intel Pick Holds Back on Waterboarding
Adm. Blair Discusses Closing Gitmo but Refuses to Call Waterboarding Torture